General Relativity has always fascinated me; it is probably one of the main reasons why I decided to study mathematics and physics, and it is definitely an important reason for studying Differential Geometry and Geometric Analysis, even if my research is not focused in Einstein's equations. Why is it so fascinating? Well, that's what I am going to explain on Friday, in the Graduate Student Seminar (1pm-2pm, Surge 284, UCR). But in case you can not make it, let me explain you a few things about relativity.
I am a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.